Global Advocates have partnered with the Desai Foundation to support the creation of a Mobile Health Education Program for Shantaben Vidhybhavan, an education center for the surrounding villages of South Gujarat.
Since 2016, MAMA HOPE Global Advocates have supported the Flying Kites team in their curriculum development, capacity building, and funding of new student dorms.
White Orange Youth aims to reduce the spread of HIV/Aids and increase the quality of life of young people and other at-risk groups in Kilimanjaro region by educating them through their peers.
OLPS is an organization that supports communities in Kisumu and Siaya that have been stricken with cases of HIV/AIDs.
The Suubi Health Center provides healthcare to a region of 56,000 people who would otherwise not have access.
In rural Ghana, quality education and care for children in need can be difficult to access. United Hearts serves as a safehaven for all children in the community, providing food, shelter, an education, opportunity — and most importantly, a sense of possibility for themselves.
QEA has become a beacon of hope for Mlali — primarily because it’s owned by the community itself. The school currently provides quality nursery and primary education to all children in Mlali.
St. Timothy’s School in Newland, near the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania, provides quality education to 360 children; over 100 of whom would not otherwise be able to afford school fees. The school works on a 2:1 model, where for every two paying children, one at-risk child is supported through their education for free.
El Árbol del Niño is a holistic after-school program, enabling children to be conscious of themselves, of their surroundings, and of the environment so they can be actors of change and leaders in their communities.
Alice Mathew has made a commitment to transform the lives of children in her home in Tanzania — providing not just shelter, but a home — built with love, hope, faith and excellence. She takes in children left abused and neglected from poverty and the HIV/AIDs epidemic, and gives them an opportunity to grow into healthy, self-reliant community members.
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